Between 2003 and 2011, there were 50 “invisible” fatalities at cell towers, “a death rate roughly 10 times that of construction.”
Thursday, May 24
Twenty-one-year-old Briton Lucie Blackman came to Tokyo and found work in the Roppongi district hostess bars, where businessmen come to flirt with paid companions, and Western women draw a premium fee. Two months later, she disappeared. She would be found underneath a bathtub in a beachside cave.
Ostensibly straight black men who have sex with other men.
Wednesday, May 23
How a surgical innovation allowed Dallas Weins to find a new face.
Ina May Gaskin and the battle for at-home births.
A group of Long Island misfits with aspirations towards Satanic worship disappeared into the woods to take mescaline. One of them never came back.
Inside the ultra-Orthodox Jewish rally at Citi Field to discuss the dangers of the internet:
A man in a black fur hat asked him what, exactly, was an app, and he explained it to him. The man grimaced and walked away.
Tuesday, May 22
“What are you doing here?” Loggins asked Janette. Janette thought this an odd question. “It’s Bike to Work Day,” she said. “Did you ride your bike to school?”“Bicycling isn’t allowed at Maple Avenue School,” said Loggins. Janette did a double take. “You’re kidding me,” she said. “Right?”
Monday, May 21
The story of Nicole Davis, a 25-year-old woman diagnosed with breast cancer six months into her pregnancy.